2015 Design Trends

Jason CurryComment
Decorating a home in floor-to-ceiling midcentury décor is so yesterday. Interior tastemakers are now shifting toward 'modern eclecticism'. The style embraces ultra high-end modernist — or modernist-inspired — furnishings but encourages blending them with pieces from other eras.


Designer Analisse Taft-Gersten is now leaning toward new interpretations of classic midcentury pieces, such as Shawn Henderson’s “Alloy” chair ($8,000), a sort of Bauhaus-meets-Adirondack lounger, and his “Mercury” daybed ($9,750), an austere cushioned bench that stands alone as an art piece dressed up with pillows.